Dodge R-2 Crash Rescue Truck
This is a rare R-2 Crash Rescue Truck project.
US Army 1951 Dodge M-37 Weapons Carrier with Radios
This is an M-37 that came directly from the US Army and was always garaged.
It is very complete and original, no rust or damage, from the High Plains Desert of Colorado.
Nice M-101 trailer included if you wish.
With a little effort, this could be a nice vehicle. Comes with a good title
The Kaiser Jeep M715 is an American wheeled military vehicle based upon the civilian Jeep Gladiator. In 1965 the design and developing for the M715 began. The U.S. government purchased these trucks to replace the M37. Between 1967 and 1969 over 33,000 trucks were produced at the Toledo, Ohio, plant. The overhead cam 6 cyl engines were not very reliable due to lack of knowledge on the overhead cam design and lack of maintenance. They had been dropped from civilian models by 1968.
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This is a very original GMC M-211 from the desert that is quite complete and original.
It was running when parked due to a bad transmission, Only $2800
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Nice solid Dodge M-43 Ambulance from the desert. A straight body that was used as a Mountain Rescue truck.
The M-43 3/4 ton rated ambulance is a variant of the M-37 cargo truck, built by Dodge as a follow-on to the World War II vintage WC-54 Dodge ambulance and WC-64 KD Dodge ambulance, both part of the G502 series of WC 3/4 ton trucks.
The M-43 is based on the M-37 cargo truck but differed from the M-37 by having the panel-type closed ambulance body consisting of the driver’s compartment and the patient’s compartment with a connecting partition door.
No engine, but the drivetrain is intact. Only $1800
1948 WDX Power Wagon with the original engine. Rust free Colorado truck with clean title Original gray paint. Currently in primer. Needs finished but complete. Derived from the Dodge 3/4 ton WC series World War II military trucks, the Power Wagon was introduced in 1946 as the first civilian 4×4. Meant to compete with military-based Ford/Marmon-Herrington and GMC trucks, it had an enclosed all-weather civilian cab and a purpose-designed 8-foot cargo box.
1917 WW I Liberty Truck with Hercules Depot Rebuild.
Liberty from the desert in running condition. This is believed to be the only remaining Liberty truck with the Hercules Depot Rebuild Kit.
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Here is a 1987 Humvee that was released by the US Marine Corps years ago and does not have an export ban on it~!
Only 22,000 miles on newly installed engine~!
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